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Play Therapy An Introduction

ISBN-10: 0130974188
ISBN-13: 9780130974181
Edition: 2006
List price: $86.20
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Description: This first edition book provides a comparison of play therapy theories in the areas of basic tenets, toy selection, role of the therapist, process of therapy, setting of limits, parent involvement, and assessment.nbsp;Unique chapters on ethics, law,  More...

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Book details

List price: $86.20
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/27/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

This first edition book provides a comparison of play therapy theories in the areas of basic tenets, toy selection, role of the therapist, process of therapy, setting of limits, parent involvement, and assessment.nbsp;Unique chapters on ethics, law, culture, diagnosis and assessment make this title a complete text for the basic course in play therapy and as a foundation for advanced play technique courses. The book is illustrated with over 70 pictures of children and play therapists in a variety of play settings, including a large empty classroom to specially designed playrooms.nbsp;Counselors in K-12 school settings and other agencies.

Introduction
What Is Play Therapy?
Historical Development
Roots in Special Education
Mental Health and the Child Guidance Movement
Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Psychoanalytic Beginnings
Release Therapy
Relationship Therapy
Nondirective Therapy
Limits as Therapy
Erik Erikson
Play Therapy in Schools
Toward a Professional Identity
The Purpose of a Theory
Summary
Beginning the Play Therapy Session
Toy Selection
Setting Up the Playroom
Organizing the Toy Display
Professional Intake, Disclosure, and Documentation
Intake
Informed Consent
Custody Issues
Consent to Treat
Confidentiality
Case Notes and Treatment Planning
Other Points to Ponder
Conducting the Session
Responding to the Child in Play Therapy
Setting Limits
When Limits Are Violated
Manipulation
Power Struggles
The Good-Bye Session
The Good-Bye Personal Note
Summary
Psychoanalytic Play Therapy
Introduction
Freud and Little Hans
Klein and the Berlin School
Anna Freud and the Vienna School
Lowenfeld
Toy Selection
Role of Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Adlerian Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Jungian Analytical Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Child-Centered Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Stages of CCPT
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Gestalt Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Relationship Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Cognitive-Behavioral Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Parent-Report Measures
Intelligence and Personality Measures
Play Assessments
Behavioral Techniques
Cognitive Techniques
Summary
Child Developmental Play Therapies
Introduction
Developmental Play Therapy
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Theraplay
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Ecosystems Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limits
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment and Techniques
Summary
Family and Filial Play Therapy
Introduction
Play Therapy Paradigm for Family Therapy
Conjoint Play Therapy
Family Play Therapy
Dynamic Family Play Therapy
Strategic Family Play Therapy
Filial Therapy
Linking Parents to Play Therapy
Summary
Assessing Children in Play Therapy
Introduction
Drawing Assessments
Interview Assessments
The Puppet Interview
The Dollhouse Interview
Storytelling Assessments
Projective Questions
Structured Interviews
Summary
Diagnosis and Treatment
Introduction
Anxiety Disorders
Social Phobia
Separation Anxiety
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Panic Disorder
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Treatment
Mood Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Separation and Loss
Suicide
Treatment
Conduct Disorder
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Treatment
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Treatment
Language and Learning Disorders (LLD)
Treatment
Mental Retardation
Treatment
Pervasive Developmental Disorders
Autism
Rett's Disorder
Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
Asperger's Disorder
Treatment
Summary
The Law, Ethics, and Research
Introduction
Legal and Ethical Guidelines
History of Children's Rights
Landmark Court Cases in Children's Rights
Ethical Issues in Play Therapy
Research
Summary
Cultural Sensitivity and Play Therapy
Introduction
Toy Selection
Role of the Therapist
Structuring the Session
Limit Setting
Parent Involvement
Termination
Assessment
Summary
Association for Play Therapy Standards of Practice
How to Become a Registered Play Therapist
How to Become a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor
References
Name Index
Subject Index

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